Get Help Staying In Your Home

The Atlanta BeltLine is committed to keeping residents informed of financial opportunities that help make living along the Atlanta BeltLine affordable. Use the home owner resources below to help you with your housing needs.

Legacy Resident Retention Program

The Legacy Resident Retention Program is a resource for current homeowners to cover the cost of increases in property taxes to prevent displacement.

Get More Details & Apply

Looking for Affordable Housing?

Use the Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Dashboard tool to search for apartments that have affordable units and for contact information.

Search Affordable Units

Home Empowerment Workshops

Whether you rent or own your home, find useful information through our workshops. Atlanta BeltLine Partnership works with experts to connect existing homeowners with resources that can help them stay in their homes.

View Workshop Schedule

Homeowners Resource Guide

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has compiled this comprehensive list of organizations and programs that can help you stay in your home. It includes contact information and details on how to qualify for and obtain assistance.

Access the Homeowners Resource Guide

Home Repair Network

The Network is an association of nonprofits that offer free or low-cost home repairs to homeowners in the Atlanta Metro Area.

Explore the Home Repair Network

Homestead Tax Exemptions

As a homeowner, you are eligible for certain property tax exemptions. Seniors, disabled and low-income residents are eligible for additional property tax exemptions.

Visit the Fulton County Tax Assessor’s Site For More Details

Emergency Resources

211 provides referrals for emergency resources, such as emergency rental or utility assistance. 2-1-1 can be accessed by phone or computer. A toll-free call to 2-1-1 connects you to a community resource specialist in your area.

Visit the 2-1-1 site

Housing 101

You will likely find many of your inquiries addressed here with the answers to our most frequently asked questions.

Learn More With Housing 101